Fonds P0129 - Concordia University Pensioners' Association fonds

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Concordia University Pensioners' Association fonds

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P0129

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  • 1987-2000 (Creation)
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    Concordia University. Pensioners' Association

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75 cm of textual records
13 audio cassettes

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(1987)

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The first trace of the Concordia University Pensioners' Association (CUPA) is a letter sent in August 1987 to retired Concordia employees informing them that efforts were being made to form a Concordia pensioners' association. The first meeting of what was to become the association took place on November 17, 1987. The draft constitution was accepted unanimously at a meeting on May 4, 1988. The objectives of the association are to promote the welfare of all persons drawing a pension from Concordia University; to ensure that their needs and concerns are brought to the attention of the University through such bodies as the benefits committee of the board of governors; to ensure that members are kept informed about University decisions which affect them, as well as the general evolution of the University; to provide a channel whereby the expertise of members may be made available to the University for consulting or volunteer work, and to provide a milieu for social contact among the members.

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The fonds provides information on the activities and administration of CUPA and its involvement in various cases.

The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, reports and documentation on social events, general ledgers, membership surveys and listings, the association's constitution and by-laws, and copies of the newsletter.

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